Some voters in the Kwadaso Constituency, have applauded the Electoral Commission (EC) for the smoothness of this year’s voting process.
They said the measures and systems put in place by the EC had proved to be efficient – significantly reduced delays at the polling centres.
Mr Kwame Sefa, a mechanic, who voted at the Tanoso Catholic Church centre, rated the conduct of this year’s election, as one of the best.
The Commission, he added, had done “a yeomen job” and deserved commendation by everybody.
“The EC has done a good job and this needs to be appreciated – we should give them credit for that.”
Mrs Grace Manu, a trader, who voted at the same centre, said the exercise had so far been smooth.
“I want to take this opportunity to commend the EC for the good work done”, she told the Ghana News Agency.
Mr David Opoku Banahene, Presiding Officer at Biscay Bay ‘2’ polling centre, said the comportment of voters had significantly contributed to what was unfolding – the peaceful and smooth process.
The people were complying with the voting regulations and COVID-19 safety protocols.
Mr Banahene said they did not anticipate any problems, with about five hours to the end of voting.